The Hammers went on to win 3-1 at Upton Park this evening.
Supersub Cisse saves a point for Pardew’s Newcastle with second-half brace.
James gets in on the act as Madrid stuff Depor 8-2.
It’s Q&A time, baby.
Plus a 12-foot Jimmy, plane tickets to Rio, and much, much more…
Class is permanent.
County Board executive will meet later today to decide on their next step.
Thursday 18 September, 2014
Cricket Ireland performance director Richard Holdsworth spoke to this week’s episode of the Slog Sweep.
Eddie Hearn proposes two-fight deal that would see both of the super-bantam champs fight in their hometown.
John Coleman and assistant Jimmy Bell have taken over at Accrington Stanley.
Germany, Argentina, Colombia, the Netherlands and Belgium make up world football’s top five this month.
Tuesday 16 September, 2014
Loosehead prop Dave Kilcoyne is in contention to start Munster’s game v Zebre on Friday.
Monday 15 September, 2014
Plus Cork’s camogie celebrations continue and some interesting stats about your breakfast.
Out-half scored 11 points against Treviso to put opening weekend disappointment behind him.
If he bought a smaller car, this wouldn’t be an issue…
Record set by students from Willow Park and Blackrock College last year has been broken.
Some people just want to watch the world burn.
Kilmurry made sure that goalkeeper Jason McDonnell was included in their celebrations.
Dylan Van Baarle won the General Classification at the Tour of Britain, with Nicolas Roche fifth overall.
Sunday 14 September, 2014
Cork, Limerick and Down all had a day to savour in Croke Park.
Join us for Falcons v Bengals, Chiefs v Broncos, and all the rest of tonight’s NFL action.
A bogey and a double-bogey on the front nine could be costly for the world number one.
The inaugural Irish Champions Weekend wasn’t a whole pile of fun for Aidan O’Brien and the Ballydoyle folk.
Generalising people is wrong – unless they drive an Impreza.
United lead QPR 3-0 after an impressive first half.
Saturday 13 September, 2014
He certainly doesn’t look like he fancies 12 rounds against Rigondeaux anyway…
Tony Kelly bowed out with 0-7 as champions Clare retained their U21 crown in Semple Stadium.
The Grey Gatsby reeled in 3/10 shot Australia to win a sensational Irish Champion Stakes.
Clare’s U21s were bidding for three-in-a-row and only Wexford remained in their way. Relive the drama from Thurles in our minute-by-minute report.
Sue Ronan’s side can sneak second place in Group 1 — but even that looks unlikely to be enough for a playoff spot.
“Could/would/should have won that. Now nothing.”
That’s one way to make an impression.
The champions have taken an early lead at the Emirates.
Thursday 11 September, 2014
All eyes are on Atlanta where the Tour Championship tees off later today.
Wednesday 10 September, 2014
Meanwhile, Nicolas Roche continued his challenge as the Tour of Britain travelled from Worcester to Bristol.
No imitations accepted.
The Hoops and Lilywhites meet in the FAI Cup quarter-finals on Friday, the first of three games in three weeks.
Diego Fagundez makes the shortlist for celebration of the year.
“I think there’s a lot worse things that go on in other people’s households also. It’s just not caught on video.”
We’ll have our ears pricked during Saturday’s clash with Villa.
It happens to the best of them, apparently.
Tuesday 9 September, 2014
Is this the next move for the new IBF world champion?
“It looks like it’s a good standard,” says former Ireland international.